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The Sea Star Seafood company closed last month.

The Sea Star Seafood corporation closed its doors on business and 18 employees last month.

The company that produced frozen seafood — shipping tens of millions of frozen seafood annually according to their website — has closed. When you approach 128 Bartlett Street now, a sole voice over the intercomm will inform you the company is closed and no one is there to talk.

The company sold frozen seafood under the brand Beacon Light in Canada and the United States. Sea Star's website lists BJ's Wholesale, Market Basket and Stop & Shop Supermarkets as retailers of their products in Massachusetts.

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Attempts to contact the president of the company — listed as James Faro of Dover — have not been answered.

Sea Star had been in existince since 1983, according to the Secretary of of the Commonwealth William Galvin's Office. No administrative dissolution has been filed with the state, according to the office's records.

Moe September 20, 2012 at 12:34 PM
sounds pretty fishy to me
Mary-Ann Hornbaker September 20, 2012 at 01:02 PM
Another 18 jobs lost to metro west and another vacant property on the tax rolls. There's a sadness about the continuation of no hope and no change


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